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So after taking the lid off my e1200 as a test i was putting my 3570k through its paces. For months now i've been at 4.5 @ 1.24v prime/ibt stable, the chip will boot at 4.7 or 4.8 with 1.35v, but i keep upping it and im at 1.4v in the bios now and 4.7 ghz at that voltage hardly gets through one pass of ibt, not to mention temps instantly sky rocket. Is it even worth delidding tbh?

Have you enabled pll over voltage in bios and tried?
post #18982 of 33576
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So after taking the lid off my e1200 as a test i was putting my 3570k through its paces. For months now i've been at 4.5 @ 1.24v prime/ibt stable, the chip will boot at 4.7 or 4.8 with 1.35v, but i keep upping it and im at 1.4v in the bios now and 4.7 ghz at that voltage hardly gets through one pass of ibt, not to mention temps instantly sky rocket. Is it even worth delidding tbh?

Better chip than mine, takes me 1.28v for a stable 4.5Ghz. Debating doing a delid myself, the cost of the CLU and Vice may be better put towards a new GPU or a Haswell.
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Have you enabled pll over voltage in bios and tried?

I think i reloaded a saved profile so I may have forgotten to set it, ill try now but I doubt it'll help. Just find it weird for one reason or another that i can do 4.5 at 1.24 then anything above it requires at least +.01 mad.gif
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I think i reloaded a saved profile so I may have forgotten to set it, ill try now but I doubt it'll help. Just find it weird for one reason or another that i can do 4.5 at 1.24 then anything above it requires at least +.01 mad.gif

It isn't that strange, most cpus will keep overclocking to a certain point just needing small voltage bumps, then when they hit that point they start needing bigger bumps. The best sandy & ivy bridge cpus would get to 5Ghz + before they need the big vcore bumps.
    
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So after taking the lid off my e1200 as a test i was putting my 3570k through its paces. For months now i've been at 4.5 @ 1.24v prime/ibt stable, the chip will boot at 4.7 or 4.8 with 1.35v, but i keep upping it and im at 1.4v in the bios now and 4.7 ghz at that voltage hardly gets through one pass of ibt, not to mention temps instantly sky rocket. Is it even worth delidding tbh?

Depends do you want that speed? Then if so then delid its all your choice I delidded to save my chip from heat not volts.
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I think i reloaded a saved profile so I may have forgotten to set it, ill try now but I doubt it'll help. Just find it weird for one reason or another that i can do 4.5 at 1.24 then anything above it requires at least +.01 mad.gif

Ivy bridge is this way. For some reason once the multi get above 45 most of the time the power needed starts to exponentially get higher.
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Quick question:

I've had my 3770k de-lidded for about 6 months now. I was thinking about switching from the 212 to a H100. Will the IHS be stuck to the 212 when I try to remove it ( just curious, because I think I gave away my CLU ).
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It isn't that strange, most cpus will keep overclocking to a certain point just needing small voltage bumps, then when they hit that point they start needing bigger bumps. The best sandy & ivy bridge cpus would get to 5Ghz + before they need the big vcore bumps.

I know, it's just personally i've never hit that big of a wall without having a relatively above average overclock. Guess i've been lucky with past chips.

Just ran standard ibt with my 3570 at 4.7 and 1.4v, got through 3 passes then kicked the bucket. Temps were hitting upper 90s. I only really want to delid if i could get 4.7 at a reasonable voltage and run it 24/7 but won't be happening with this chip it seems redface.gif
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Quick question:

I've had my 3770k de-lidded for about 6 months now. I was thinking about switching from the 212 to a H100. Will the IHS be stuck to the 212 when I try to remove it ( just curious, because I think I gave away my CLU ).

if the cpu is still locked in the socket you have no problem.

run some intel burn test for 10min let it get really hot and then take out the cooler(shutdown the pc first biggrin.gif ), dont pull twist\wiggle the heatsink.
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I have to replace both my CPU and watercooling tubing....there goes a full day.

Anyways, any pics of what the die->IHS looks like after a few months of CLU? Even though I'm direct die, my waterblock is nickel plated copper so it's the same thing as the IHS. I'm wondering how much of a hard time I'm going to have.
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is CLU safe to use on copper\nickel base heatsink ?
as i understood its only problem with aluminium?
    
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